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The following diagram shows types of pronouns: subject pronoun, object pronoun, possessive adjective, possessive pronoun and reflexive pronoun. Scroll down the page for more examples of the different types of pronouns.

Types Pronouns

Subject and Object Pronouns
Recognize and learn the difference between the Subject Pronouns: I, WE, YOU, HE, SHE, IT, and THEY and the Object Pronouns: ME, US, YOU, HIM, HER, IT and THEM.
Object pronoun, possessive adjective, possessive pronoun and reflexive pronoun
Examples of how to use different pronouns including Me, My, Mine, and Myself.

Subject and object pronouns
An American English teacher shows the difference between subject and object pronouns.
Reflexive Pronouns
Reflexive pronouns refer the reader or listener back to the subject. For example: She looked at herself in the mirror, or.... They gave themselves a lot of time to finish the work. Pronouns
An English teacher shows the differences among subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns, and reflexive pronouns. Object Pronouns vs. Subject Pronouns

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